Virginia police won’t release video of Paul Richardson Jr. traffic stop

Virginia State Police won’t release video of a traffic stop involving a Washington Redskins wide receiver who said a state trooper asked if he was a gang member or drug dealer.

Tweets by Paul Richardson Jr., who is black, about the questions he was asked during a Tuesday traffic stop prompted an internal review by state police.

Police are reviewing Redskins WR Paul Richardson’s claims that the trooper who pulled him over asked if he was in a gang and said he thought he was a drug dealer.

Vegas coach Gerard Gallant said his team must guard against overconfidence after the lopsided win in the opener and continue its one-game-at-a-time approach that has proved to be so successful during their storybook first season.

“We just have to be ready to play the next game,” Gallant said. “We know San Jose is a good hockey club and that (7-0) is not going to happen again.

“They’re a great hockey team and we got some early goals on them and took advantage of that. They’ll be a lot better and hopefully we’ll be better, too.”

Rosen, meanwhile, was winless in three games against Stanford, though he did throw for 480 yards and three scores in a 58-34 loss this past season.

“Three times a game he makes the ‘wow’ throw, and it looks easy for him,” Shaw said of Rosen. “He splits defenders with the ball, he throws the ball over a [defensive back’s] head, he laces the ball in the back corner of the end zone. The throws other guys wouldn’t even attempt, he makes them and he makes them look easy. Sam will throw one time from the pocket and kill you, and he’ll get outside of the pocket, and makes huge plays with his legs and his arms.”

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